The Adur river isn’t the most attractive river in the south coast, particularly in the industrialised area around Shoreham. The river silt makes the water very murky and fairly unattractive. It’s always important for me to explore new locations and see what you can find, even if the area isn’t the most renowned location. The light was very good, but the location wasn’t, so these images aren’t my favourites in my portfolio. The image below was the best, and I liked the poles sticking out of the silt and the reflections of light off the wet mud.
Adur River at low tide, 2015